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12/18/13 at 12:45 PM 3 Comments

Photo Gallery: Sharing the Gospel With Graffiti

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Some graffiti artists share the gospel with their art. While graffiti is often illegal, some artists obtain permission before creating their graffiti.

Gospel Graffiti Crew is popularizing Christian graffiti through its website and Facebook page which has 2,420 likes. Its crew members come from Canada, The Netherlands, South Africa and the United States.

The following photos come from Flickr and show the creativity in Christian graffiti.

Photo: Flickr/Rick - Creative Commons
Searching for Something? Have faith in Christ alone!
Photo: Flickr/Leonski Oh Leonski - Creative Commons
Painting of Jesus at the West Pier in Brighton, England. Barbed wire serves as a crown of thorns.
Photo: Flickr/Peat Bakke - Creative Commons
Graffiti by Aaron Vickery. This looks like the ascension of Jesus found in Luke 24.
Photo: Flickr/erokism - Creative Commons
"Salvation is found in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given to mankind by which we must be saved." - Acts 4:12 NIV
Photo: Flickr/Orin Zebest - Creative Commons
This painting says, "Jesus is my passion." Is Jesus your passion?
Photo: Flickr/Jose Mesa - Creative Commons
Bible verse in Spanish: "Estaré contigo hasta el fin de los tiempos" which means "I'll be with you till the end of time."

This blog post was inspired by Kae Am's short story Graffiti in Heaven.

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